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Old 01-17-2011, 05:30 PM
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HEY GUYS NEED A LIL HELP

CAN SOMEONE TELL ME HOW TO TURN OFF MY DOOR DINGER THAT THING IS DRIVIN ME CRAZY..THANKS
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Old 01-18-2011, 03:03 AM
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ITS A 06 F250 PSD
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i just found the wire and cut it on my 7.3 i am not sure if its the same on yours.
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On my 97 7.3 there I unplugged the entire module under the dash...no dinger period which is ok if you remember to shut your lights off...I'd recommend finding just the door wire and cutting it tho
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Ok...I am almost positive this works on an '05. I know it worked on 99-03, so I don't see why not.

Take the top and bottom of the steering column cover off, then take your key and put it in the ignition turning it to run (not start). Reach in with a allen key/pen/etc from underneath the column to release the ignition cylinder and pull it out. There is a wire with a "springy" piece of metal that when grounded sets off the dinger. Just pull it out (towards the passenger door) and tape it off so it can't ground out and put it inside the column out of the way. I can't remember if that wire is black or brown, you can probably find it on a search.

If you know how to do it, it takes about 30 seconds to a minute to do and it only gets rid of the door dinger for the key in the ignition with the door open. Lights on with the truck off will still ding to remind you to turn them off.

If I was at home I could take mine apart real quick and take some pictures. Best mod I've done to mine....Can sit with the door open and listen to the radio when I'm working. Good luck.
-Aaron
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Shouldnt even need to take off the bottom of the column...put the key in the ignition and turn about half way, then under the column is a small hole where you will have to use like a pick or a small tipped screwdriver or something like that, Put it in there and it will "release" your ignition. Take out the ignition and the door dinger "connector is right in there. I just cut the wire and put a small peice of tape over the end....no more dinger....Do a search on the forum for more clear details....I just went real fast over this....
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THANKS FOR THE INFO GUYS
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